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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

(1 P0" L 3 VOL. i. KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1870. no. m. THE CHRONICLE FOR 1871 A NEW FEATURE. Facts about East Tennessee ! ! interesting to Immigrants. FOSTERING HOME INTERESTS. Wo propose to begin, on or about tho Ui f. January next, tho publication of aperies f articles on the Climate, Soil, Produc tions, Minerals, Resources and General VttractioUH offered by East Tennessee to Immigrants. These- articles will give facts iXid figures, compiled with great care, and the object of their publication is to furnish general information to tho groat and grow ing class of men scattered all over the Northern States who ore now, and have been for some tlmo, looking towards East Tennessee as a place where, if sufficient at tractions were presented, they might be induced to locate. The great need of such information has been realized by us after an extended trip North and East, nud we hope by thlfl means to bo able to giro cir culation to facts concerning our greatly fa vored s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

2 KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, uJSCEMBER 7, 1870. TfililffilUI'IKC SH.rifllAUY. Took. i.v. 1. - H la announced that (Knoral Duoral with ICO.Oi' mon mndo a s'rcwit iwrtie from Pario on Wetintycl.ty. London, Deo. .- -A Utlagr.-im to tho rfMweayii that Prinon FrwJp Ick Clmrlwt rrtirinff before the army of thp Loire, vhirh i in irnai force. A Borllu dispatch Bttyn that the French wcro iioiiImhI in lliogrtv.t aortic on Thuru .lay. Tli' V roncii ormin hero clainu a brll l.ant Ylct iry lor tho Frr acli. "" Tlio IVms Uiinka tht policy of tbe Oer iarw In ohanghin their positlonn indlrntw that important now uiovi jMout :iro likoly to bring nbout uroat result. OortHi'hukotra reply to Granville has ten published. Gyrtwbakoff refu to .umukj tne propriety 01 nu lonncr now, but&otwpla tnooonfetetttw pf powore. Jjn rotpouHC to tha ahout of the people, liainbttU npiwnrvd. He praised Troelui and Ducxut for their uooeMfhl nortie, and rettujrtvtod tha etatemrn.. lh: he French victory had ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CIIRONIULK. WKONESDA , Dim JMIIKR 7. 1870. rl auto itwof, Tho North Niwhvllle Couon Kr.'tor, I programing favorably towards oompleUon. Tlio Cumllin, formerly a Cumberlnnd river packet, U now l.i theTenncteo rlvor trnde. The Niujhvllle drtlltiu aro qtnirrdlii about tludr circulation cch claiming to have tho litrgiut In the city. Thirty-ono hundred nnit forty wlilto children aro in attendance at the difl'eront public nchoola in tliirt city. Mctnphia Aw laucftf. A wnn named Glrard livltut neAr Mt. Olivot Cemetery hna dimmed of ilnrlinc Kold nnd roiiu to digging on tho stretmlh of bin dtvumn. , Tho adjourned nicotinic of the l'nw As sociation of Tonnengee will be held at the Htntc Capitol, in Nruhvllle, on TueniLiv, December 13, 1870. Illshop Q.tilntnrd, of the Knirtuprtl Church, delivered an cicquentoulogy on Robert IS. Lee atGmoe Cuirvh.ftlaiui'hw, lnat Sunday night, Shelby villo burglum nro riot to be fi ijht Mud from the error of tbv.lt wava hilt nur- Htie their eve...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

1 gtwxviUc fMg ithwttWf . RULE & RICKS, Publishers, OFFICE: BnOWNLOWS OLD STAND, Viitrnnco on OAT NTItEEX, F.nat fildr, ttetwctn'Maln nod Hill strcctf. TCTMN or SUUNCKII'TIO. One copy, ono year, 2 00 Ono copy, six months 1 m Ten coplc, ono year 17 60 Twenty copicf, one year M W WEDNESDAY, DEO. 7. 1870. ZEB. VANCE. Oar dispatches from Haleigh show that Zcbulon T$. Vance is elected to the United States Senate as a Democrat. Zcb's coureo lias been a tortuous one. First, ho was an Old Line Whig ; then aUnlon man ; then a rampant rebel, swearing "ho would fight the Yankees until h 11 froeo oTer, ami then light them on tho ice." Now wc have him in the role of a Democratic Uni ted States Senator, when he is admitted. He entered political life as a Whig member of the North Carolina Legislature, and in 1S7 beat Col. Avery, late of the Confede rate army, for Congress. He went Into the Confederate service in 1S61, as Colonel of tho Mth North Carolina Volunteers. In 1602, he was elected Gov...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

5 WEDNESDAY . DEC. 7, 1870. SPECIMEN COriEN Of the Cur.osicLX milled free to aay address on ap plication. Clnb ItAtm. l'or tho purposo of placing tho Weekly Cukohicts in tho reach of every ono, wo pro poso, ia tho fitturo, to furnish it to clubs Bt tho following rate: fl copies, ono yonr $3 75 10 " " " 10 00 20 " " " ISO 00 And an extra copy for each olub of twenty nt $1.60 eaeh. "Wo will iiend our dally twelve months to any one Bonding ns a club ot forty subscribers for ono year nt $1.60 por copy. This ia a good titno to commence canvassing. Tho holidays are coming and the year wclong. Bvorybody wants to mako holiday presents, and wo can conceive ot nothing thnt would be inoro highly appreciated than u good livo news paper, paid for ono year from the first of Jan uary, 1671. Lilted Their J'npers. Tho boys in Gallatin are said to be gltul when Uioir Sunday Sohool papers arrivo they want thorn fr kites. MtlHtrlrtl. In tho case of tho Stato vs. Keith for killing Hall, in tho Morgan co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

G KlsOXVlhl.ju AVEfcri UIIHoNlCLb. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1870. Tl ftarord of (ho Tonnosso? Tiiprifllntin1. mmnun 11. On th lOLli Fcliriiury, 18CS, our Btato I.oglslaturo enacted HHtatutc entitled, "An not to ntiuru to the loyul eltieciiB of Ten iinee rmmiiiettBC from Hid United States Government lor lowx inetirtvd by tho re Ix'lllon." This statute, which uoubtlm f reel i in Uie reoolleotlon of tho reader, pro vided tlint cor uln euinnitaslunura should take nn Recount, of the clnimn of loyal clti swus ugHlimt the United yUtoK,,Govcrn inont, nnd that tho Governor of this Htalo fhoukl, when the clnlnis weie audited and approved by the ooinmiwioncre, prceont the fcume to the General Government, and vk to have them paid. Under this statute, oomrnlshionern were appointed mill aeled, nnd claims to a liiryo Amount were filed and aud Ud, and one would think Unit there w:ia nothing in the ,-tatute wlilnii could provoke the h e of any rebel. Hut there wort two portions of thin law which were ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

KNOXVLLL1S WEEKLY 0HR0N1PJ,H. WKDNKSIM Y. 1)K('.KMHI0H 7. l7o.M Agricultural Itenm, 1'rult crojv, an well cw frmln, mjulie lib eral fertilizing Potatoes liolica, innrthed iunl mixed with rtrnmca!. and fed hot, me uxoelleut for f hickcnti In winter. Tho prize for the bent inamigod fiirm in 'inRltuid hiia been tiwtirtlod t'.ono superin tended by ii wotniio. It la estimated that tho Liijrlifih urop of vhc'it will full nhort of Unit of lat j our by 'icnrly hlx mllliouH of bu.KheIn. It I ! not nnmcle thst prodim I ho crop hl hcaiTic-ioU' tho top prito in market, butbr.vhiH. It is wire, attention, with tliu i;bl Mntlof brnlua inoro bead work than md tvoili. y..Jk wood, tut fence Umber, 2-1 hourw In . mlxtare of one part wntw jrlnaa kihI three t ..rta rain wntar ; lot it dry, mid In rt week i;3ak aain ; when dry, palm. Tliu wood will livt three tinieti m long. Ten buli"lH of liolled poUUxvi, miwlii'd .ad mixed with throe bushel of finely round corn men!, Will makft n much ,J3rl. a double t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1870. uim irojrr. ixtkritn. licmliie of the Etitt TnueMec. Virprlnln For the purnow of seeing for ourwlvef , Kmitv thing of tho industries of Knoxvillo nnd Knit TannoMW, (of which we mint confws that we nre more ignorant than tvo should be,) wo too): occasion, yesterday, to visit tho mncliino shop of tho Kttft TonnoMfto, Virginia nnd Ooorgin Knilrond Company. Mr. KHHixon.thoMaeter JJochnnio for tho Company, kindly accompanied us throngh the various department, which wr found to bo a sceno of bustle. i'rovious to tho war, the shops of the Com pany woro wwt of Second Oreek, in what is now known aa Mcchnnfcsville. During the war, ut tho time this place whs beieged by Gen. Long street, they shared tho amo fito of all other buildings in that locality, and woro burned to the ground. They wnro not rebuilt until after tho wnr closed. WHEN REVITtU ' In 1SC-3, the shops were put in operation where they now stand, and have since, been increasi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

rs VOL. I. KNOXVTLLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER -2 1870. NO. 38. OUH HOMU I.NTUIIKSTS. A Xow lMcrprigu Shoo mid leather Matin factory. It is very encouraging to our future in torcrcsls lit East Tonneseo to seo tint ills position manifested to engage Iti enter prises heretofore Unknown to us. For a lialf century wo have been accustomed to took to News England for our boots nnd thocs. 11 ore, where we have such nn abundance of oak anil chestnut hark, which can bo supplied to tanners at suoh rononu ble rates, or at least ought to be, this inter vt has heretofore been neglected, and has been Insignificant. IIhle, instead of bi tanned here, havo boen bought up, nt North, manufactured into leather, 'id sent baelt to us in boots nnd shoes. Less than a year ago Messrs. Francisco Nichols commenced the niauuftieturo of leather at Woodburu, seventeen miles east v,f Knoxvllle. At tlrst, they labored un der the bamo difficulties experienced here tofore in East Tennessee that of a want of skille...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY 0 11RONIGLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. DETAIL Or A1UIY KOVEniiVTH. cnrh Victory ClnlnifMt nt l'ns-l"-nlrlntt NrntralUy. 1onion, Duo. 10. The German mlvnnco , on Hnvro lins Ihkju turned outdo to Dieppe, which pluoc they prolmbly occupied to day. Tho Duke of Mecklenburg roporlfi ft so re o inutlo with tlio nnuy of I ho Ix)lro nt UcauRunoy, whero tho French woro rein forced. Fifteen hundred prironornnnd nix puiH were utptttroil. Tin- remainder of the French nrmy w.tts rn the road to liourges, nnd will be captured or beaten. Anotlier account Buys that, after tho en jjogemcnton tho 7th, the 3nTarinnH threat ened Beaugency nnd tho Forest of Marchl nolx. The French were roinforccd, hut the Prussians tool; Drnvunt, Ueaumont, Mozas and HetuiKoncy on tho 0th, It la nmiorod that a repudiation of tho neutrality of Luxemburg In extremely probable. BiBinnral;, at tiiit time, howev cver. would hardly thu defy Iiel'iuni nnd nnd the Netherlandrt. The rumors of an nrmiHtieo are u...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY", DECEMBER 21, 1870. 3 Letter from Sulllvnri. Aiuaiija, Ti n.n., Dec. 7th. T tlf Mi'orts ofthr CironU k : Sixteen milen from tho railroad raining a oold cast rain, with Just, wind enough lo make in-doors extremely dcel ruble, espu iiUly when ono hits n Hre of recii hicko ry to Hit by and largo, mellow apples hy lie basketful to cat. Th.uikBuklnjr, for the t.ratthno, wuanl--wioofc generally observed by the peoplo in Hie oountien of tipper Hast Tenuesecc. FmnlllcH long separated woro broiiKht to gether, and happy reunions won- had in real Now Kngluuil style, and turkey, mlnco plea and good things of nil kinds wcro abundant. Chancery Court way in wanton at JUIountville hc that time, ami, by con tent m the bar, tho day wm olored by Iho Court adjourning. N. J. Phillip, the former Deputy, has icon appointed C!erk and Master at J$Iouiitvllle. There will bo a Hj'if ial term of tho Chan try Court held at JUuuntvillo commenc ing tho ad Monday in Jamuiry. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOXVTILLK WEEKLY CHKOMCLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBKR 21, 1870. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, Ktitrnucc on AY TKi:CT, Knil Hide, Ustwrcn .Main and Hill street. TJUMIM Or KI'IISI'HIPTION. Ono 90py, oiia J car,..... .' 52 (X) jiOnocopy, tlx uiontUr,..-. 1 CO 'Ten copies otio year, , 1" W) "TwMity coi'tej, ono yrar, 30 00 -WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2), 1870. Tim: expenses 'of '.the war to North Ger 'iiiniiy, according to -the Cologne Gazette, amount to more than a million thalcrs (a thaler is about 30c) per day. It lias already cost", including the marine, 121,000,000 tinders. Chas. Fiuncjs Adams mado his first appearance In public since his return from .England, at the annual meeting of the New York Historical Association, on Fri day night. His address M'ill be looked for with interest. o - Tm; provisions of the Amnesty bill in troduced by General Butler are of interest. The pith of his speech is in the observa tion relative to National cemeteries that if the Union soldi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

lvNOXVTLLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMHEU 21, ls70. 5 WKDXKS'DAY DKC. "J I, 1870. mi:'i.hi:.v t'i'ii".s 'f tV.c Cmioxici,r! mailed free tn any mlilrewtm ap- blKoVioit. Wnnled. "'oversl Farm fur rent. feetO-dUtwlt Muxsox & Haii.I'.y. nini. J, i Widncsday, the Htli instant, Mrs. Kllr.a- Doy'c. of tills comity, i" the lltli year of h?r ae. robbery. The Chattanooga Time fay that a stranger vtrs robbed nt the 1'nion depot in that city, on Priday. of 61.400. Moniitnln Court. ( hancellor Tf niple left yesterday for Mor gan, Fentress and t?cott counties, where ho holds Chnnccry Courts in course, in the order named, Mm-rled. On the. WHh li t., at tlie residence of thobride's mother, in Anderson county, ly l'ov. James Yo.ing. Mr. J. 1). Hrxxett tn Miss .losir: 11, Murder in .1l'iiiitiln. Ads ,Ionj was murdered in Memphis ht jnday. by X. Vnn 1'nbert. The murderer nl ted the corpse when lie was brought into tho - m where it was lying. Tile Klrrcln. Th. stone wiill nenr the culvert on...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOX ViLLi; WEEKLY CHKON1ULK. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870, witisiNMii'Pt nivr.n minoTi:m:5iK SttsitSWi Wnrlil's I'nJrnl l,lillmIelplilnT-3ii,liiiil nml fJiiU'Onnnl. WASHINGTON, Dr-c. 14. HChOliltloiif from the Hoard -i Trade for tlio improve ment of the Louisville Canal at the month of the Mississippi, and the prevention o: bridge being built oMruetlve to naviga tion wore presetiti-d. A resolution fori worlds lairntPbllB delphiu in 1870, 1.4 pending inthc Senate. Tho Committee on Commoreo waa in wtruelcHl to Inquire into the expedioney Of uiltip mnnl eonneeting Mlninlppi with Gulf of Mexico. Tho Jlonso haft hud under consideration the bill for a lull and general grace and amne-ty, and oblivion of wrongful acts, tlolnftri "and omNsloiis of all persona en gaged in tho war of the lnte rebellion. ' Tho exceptions are uh folI()jvB : Tliofe t dunited at AVeet Point slid Au lmpolU. Mombei of either House of the Federal or Confederate 'otifrrtw. Heads of Federal Hxeoutlve Department. Min i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. Ex Poit Facto and He Fntto l'rror. THE PILLOW UW SUIT. Memphis, Dec. P. Tho Fi'ilural Court awarded $4(),000 to Rlilillo & Coleman, against Gon. Pillow and MaJ. Murpliey, tor coal solzotl ut the beginning of tho wur. A motion was made for n now trlnl. Pil low and Murpliey acted as Confodorate of ficers In seizing tlio coal. A'riexT. llcgUtcr. 13DiTOits'CintoNioi.i::How :in It have pofialbly happened, Hint so great an error an the above could have occurred on a line o short us from Memphis to KiioxvilloV All sensible people mutt know that no ouch award, judgment or verdict was rendered ; for behold I Is not tho case of "Smith vs. Iirazelton" of record on the pages of the legal chronicles ofourBtato? And hath net the came been published In the Prcsa and Herald as an legal advertise ment? And doth not tho ease or "Smith vs. Hrnzelton" ray that tho Confederate States wan tho Dc-Iic(oUt kind of a I)c Iholo Government? And la i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CIIIlONiOLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. pi:t Yoi'iwErr nt jiih pjlace. It'f ii very jrood rulo in all (hings nf life, When juclghiR ii friend or brother, rot to look nt the qii-tltin nluiiu mi one side, Hut nlwnys turn to f ho other. Wi1 uru iijit to bo solflsh In nil our vievvs, In tho jostling boHdloiip nice, And m to be right, ore you censure : mat,, ,lut " put yourself hi hi, jilacc." ;t i" vory lmrd to bo juat to know The ronton nnolhor tuny civo tlow much ho lm etrugglrd find fought and striven, How honestly trird t') livoj (low niuuli IrMn eh out id how sorely tried, lire tho wrong ho wn forced to cmbrnce; nil if von would l"rn these things, the. vrny Is to T' putyo'ir-i irin bif jilnco." Therf mnny u uinn crushed down by kham, Who blumolc stnnds boforo (tod, But whom his follows have utterly seornod, And miido "to puss under tho rod; " VVhrxa Mini iit unsttvitied by tho thought of fin, Who will yet And paving grace, And who would be praised where you now ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 December 1870

4 M fJ'"- VOL. 1. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY-, DECEMBEK 28, 1870. NO. 39. OUK HOME INTKKliSTS. T li o 0 it m. b e r 1 ti it d I'oumlr;. 'in tlio year ISO", Messrs. Clark, Qualfo & Co. built Uie Cumberland Foundry, which has become such nn important nd juuet to tho various iulluenees which have conspired to push forward tlic growth and pjfflsperlty of our city. Tho firm was then ffSfiposed of liarvey Clark, J. A. Qualfo . ud Charles W. Do Pue. Messrs. Clork and Qunlfe had previously been connected villi tho establishment of North it tjuaife, v pencil hero booh after the war, and lictntf nen of observation, we have no doubt lur experience of what ths public wants tallied was what led them to open the '"Hmilerland Foundry, which has proved successful. About n year ago, thoy a i jcattcd with them Mesrs. C. U. Thurber ndJ. H. Kelly, of Providence, K. L, and Ii. Iloxsle, of this oily, whose capital, tjiia.-3 energy and practical experience I nvo proven a most valuable addition to ' n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 December 1870

MISCELLANY. OCCOPATIO.N Of TOUKS. tins Arottnrt rnrln Fa-dieti Bnocfsaeo. Bohdbaux, Doc. 21. There vfuh n gen rral t-ortio from 1'arin yetfrd iy. Ucn. Vinoy tok Lamum-rn Blanche, beyond unryni, mx iiiijw wui irom I'arif. Gun. Duorot fouiJit a Unfit near Rronay. lJEKiiin, Deo. liJ. Tho UennmiH, under Votulcrcolz, Httnri?e(l tin Freiiph at can gron, in thu department of Haute Alamo, and drovo tlioin from their ntxdl.nn. Tho Frennh lost haavily in killed, wounded, prfeoncrn nnd mnterinl. HomiUAUX, Deo. 21. A tcvere encase inont occurred nour Tour ywtorday. Hix thousand French fought ten thousand Prussians nuven hours. TIjc French re treated. The PrusaiaiiB followed, und com menced bombardiiiK Town, when the Mayor Biirrendercd tho city. Havana, Dee. 23. Throa steamers havo arrived from Spain, bringing 2,fi00 troopd. FivOUUNCU, Dee. 21. The Chamher of Doputif ratified tho annexation o ltomo to Italy by a vote of 23 to 20. London, Doc. 22. Tho French eovered Frederick Charles' communicati...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 December 1870

Tho Son York Trlbuiu-. 1871. Through strugglo and u(Torinff, at the coU of multiform agonies, bereavements, datamations, Win Auiaricun Me embodied in thoVroumblo to our ratlier Declaration of Indpnilonco ap proaches it completo rcalixation. Tha noble. niiritifc abortion thut "nil men are crca.ed 1U1," nntl endowed by thoir Grantor with In. Uembln rights to lifo, liberty and the pursuit of .. ., ..my, Kiniwring generality, poet fniic.v, a plillosopWa ipacuUtlon, but the recognised bine of our political ftibrlo. TIib benign IWvoiution, which dates from tha Ho tau Massacre, of 1770, flud iti logical uinplo Amendment, which uuu vrnturr later. Ill I IB AY til and ciTil richti of every man born or natural- I?1"1 ,ollr,1.nPUl'liothliiald and defence of no j.' cuerai constitution The billows of Cast and rririliva muv rmr n,l r... . . '1 4 ' . nF M.VIItlll III,, rook, and muy transiently seem on tliu pint of Bf.uhtnw muni. I.... ii- 1.1 ' , nnu , uui iK munoniioiis am ilesti laid nnd itcadfu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 December 1870

RULE & RIOKS, Publishoro. OFFICE: BROWNLOWS OLD STAND, i;nrniic on OAT STBEET, Txmt Rlrtc, Detnecn Main anil Hill street. THUMB OF SUIWCUHTIOX. flnn ntiv. nnn car M - 00 Ono apy, six months 1 00 Ten copitu, ono jpar ; W tO Twenty eorlts. ono year 50 0 "WEDNKSDAY, DEO. 28, 1870. The Flnnnoo Committee reported In fft vor or five hundred million additional fivo lcr cent, bonde, nnd adversely to tho pro position making lwsnw of gold nolca of banks rcccivnbto for custom?. AvitOTOH to tho school discussion now going on arc the following figures concern ing Tennessee from tho report of General Jtoton.pchoolcommlsslonerjustlseuedfrom "Washington : Ho gives the Bcholasticpop ulation of Tennessee t 410,000; the num ber of children enrolled in tho schools at 165,850; the number of children of school age never registered, at 234,155. Wu learn that the committee appointed by the Hoard of Mayor nnd Aldermen on tho subject of city fieo schools, contem plate reporting in favor of submitting the...

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